Summer School Keynote Speeches Open to the Public

    Friday 6 July 2012 - Sunday 8 July 2012
    City University

    Come and hear what Sheila Coronel, Dr Phil Hammond and the Leveson Inquiry panel have to say at the CIJ 2012 summer school. All keynote speeches will be open to the public.  Book your place now.

    Fri 6 July at 2pm 
    The Lessons From Leveson: Do investigative journalists need to behave differently? - £5 
    David Leigh (Investigations Executive Editor, The Guardian), Charlotte Harris (Media lawyer, Mishcon Private), Martin Bright (The Jewish Chronicle and formerly The New Statesman’s political editor) and Brian Cathcart (Founder of the Hacked Off campaign) will discuss the future of investigative journalism after the phone hacking scandal and the Leveson Inquiry. Chaired by Gavin MacFadyen.
     
    Sat 7 July at 5pm
    Dr Phil Hammond. The State of the NHS. - £5
    A GP, comedian and Private Eye’s medical correspondent, Phil Hammond will make you laugh and possibly cry with outrage at the state of the NHS. 
     
    Sun 8 July at 16.40
    Sheila Coronel. Investigating Corruption. - £5
    One of the most tenacious reporters in the politically turbulent Philippines will talk about the traditional and not so traditional investigative methods she used in covering corruption.
     
    The delegates attending the summer school do not need to pay any extra for attending the keynote speeches and discussions. The £5 fees are for non-delegates only. To be paid in cash on the day.